ATLANTA — Former Central-Phenix City standout Orwin Smith had quite a first half for Georgia Tech on Saturday against Kansas at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
The A-Back had four carries for 150 yards, caught a pass for 41 and had two kickoff returns for 20 yards.
His first carry of the game was a 95-yard run for a touchdown. It was the longest running play in Georgia Tech history.
The 150 yards rushing is already a career-high for Smith.
Georgia Tech had 296 yards rushing in the first half, taking a 24-17 lead into halftime.
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